The big poster on the wall couldn’t provide divine inspiration for Motherwell wheelchair curler Bob McPherson after missing out on a second Paralympic medal, writes Ross Lawson of Sportsbeat. The Scot was part of the rink that won bronze in Sochi at the last Winter Games four years ago, a memory plastered on the wall of the team’s base in PyeongChang.
Motherwell have been dealt a blow with the news that attacker Craig Tanner faces between four and six months on the sidelines. Tanner, one of Motherwell’s best performers in recent weeks, picked up a knee injury in training on Wednesday. The forward, who has nine goals and eight assists to his name this term, will have an operation after an injury to his patella tendon at Dalziel Park. “Craig suffered an unfortunate injury through the week,” the manager said.
The Clydesdale Sports Council Sports Personality of the Year Awards are 36 years old now but still showing no signs of flagging! This area’s annual tribute to top sports stars hits Lanark’s Cartland Bridge Hotel this Friday, when 150 guests will enjoy a meal, refreshments and the usual raffle at a ceremony expertly hosted by ex-Rangers star Gordon Smith. “It is great having Gordon as the compere,” said Clydesdale Sports Council liason officer Colin McKendrick.
@richiefee I must have got a better price as I bet early asyou're right, I see we're only 9 to 1 with PP now. Must have been my fiver that brought the price in...
Have copied and pasted bet.
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